Wait for the History

@Teep11 (7194)
United States
May 11, 2016 4:22pm CST
How many people judge a book my its cover? A whole lot of people. What they think they see and hear may not be what they really saw. What they've heard may not be the truth. You never know a person's background. We could see someone on the streets and immediately we think of them as just being homeless. We never know if that homeless person was wealthy but something occured and lead them to the streets. Society will treat people based on what they perceive. They may look down on others based on their income or their residential area. We simply have to get to know people. We may be surprised. A person could appear to have very little but in reality they could have more than what others think they have. Once people find out someone's background. They either are surprised or annoyef. Sometimes people are happier when others aren't doing so well. They may feel it makes them look better. If we just get to know people. We may be surprised!
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@miniam (9233)
• Bern, Switzerland
11 May 16
So true,people ofter look down to someone down on their luck or who appears to be going through rough times
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@amadeo (75586)
• United States
11 May 16
well we all have our problem.then will work it out the best we can.
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@cindiowens (4431)
• North Myrtle Beach, South Carolina
11 May 16
You never really know what a person has had to deal with.
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@Teep11 (7194)
• United States
11 May 16
That's absolutely right. One can never know what truly goes on behind closed doors.
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@hostessman (10156)
• Tucson, Arizona
11 May 16
I agree with you 100 percent you just can't tell by looking
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@Corbin5 (119170)
• United States
11 May 16
Those who judge a book by its cover often have to deal with a great deal of embarrassment due to being foolish.
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• Rochester, New York
12 May 16
I used to have a lot of rumors go around about me at work. I used to tell folks "If you hear something about me ask me about it before you believe it." At one time I found out that I was suing the whole bloody store. I didn't know about that so I asked the gossiper when I was doing it and let her know that if I was she was at the top of the list. :) The rumors stopped right then and there.
@marlina (79590)
• Canada
11 May 16
Lots of surprises would be have there if we knew all the "inside stories" of people's lives.